We traced the leaves onto the yellowed pages and cut them out. I also free handed some more whimsical-looking leaves to breakup all the maple shapes.
Then, it was as simple as twisting the paper stems around a long length of twine.
We looped the garland around and in between the candles until we liked the look.
Easy peasy! This look could easily be changes up with tree or snowflake shapes for Christmas or hearts for Valentine’s Day.
The muted colors and fun textures played nicely with Tracy’s formal family china.
Of course, the friends and food were what really brought the table to life!
Tracy, I think Friendsgiving should be a yearly tradition – hint, hint!